The Phantom of Liberty

The Phantom of Liberty (1974)

Luis Bunuel's kinkiest comedy.

  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 1974-09-10
  • User Rating: 7.5/10 from 267 ratings
  • Runtime: 1h 44min
  • Language: Français
  • Production Company: Greenwich Film Production
  • Production Country: France, Italy
  • Director: Luis Buñuel
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Summary

This Surrealist film, with a title referencing the Communist Manifesto, strings together short incidents based on the life of director Luis Buñuel. Presented as chance encounters, these loosely related, intersecting situations, all without a consistent protagonist, reach from the 19th century to the 1970s. Touching briefly on subjects such as execution, pedophilia, incest, and sex, the film features an array of characters, including a sick father and incompetent police officers.

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  • Adriana Asti

    as La dame en noir, la soeur du premier préfet
  • Milena Vukotić

    as L'infirmière
  • Jean-Claude Brialy

    as M. Foucault
  • Monica Vitti

    as Mme Foucault
  • Jean Rochefort

    as M. Legendre
  • Michel Piccoli

    as Le deuxième préfet de police
  • Adolfo Celi

    as Le médécin
  • Claude Piéplu

    as Le commissaire
  • Paul Frankeur

    as L'aubergiste
  • Pierre Maguelon

    as Le gendarme
  • François Maistre

    as Le professeur
  • Marie-France Pisier

    as Mme Calmette
  • Michael Lonsdale

    as Le chapelier
  • Paul Le Person

    as Le père Gabriel
  • Julien Bertheau

    as Le premier préfet de police
  • Maxence Mailfort

    as Le lieutenant des dragons
  • Hélène Perdrière

    as La tante
  • Pierre-François Pistorio

    as Le neuveu
  • Pascale Audret

    as Mme Legendre
  • Anne-Marie Deschodt

    as Edith Rosenblum
  • Bernard Verley

    as Le capitaine des Dragons
  • Jenny Astruc

    as La femme du professeur
  • Ellen Bahl

    as
  • Philippe Brigaud

    as Le satyre
  • Philippe Brizard

    as
  • Agnès Capri

    as La directrice d'école
  • Jean Champion

    as Le premier médecin
  • Jacques Debary

    as Le président du tribunal
  • Jean-Michel Dhermay

    as
  • Pierre Lary

    as L'assassin acquitté
  • Marius Laurey

    as Le gardien du cimetière
  • Alix Mahieux

    as
  • Maxence Mailfort

    as
  • Guy Montagné

    as Un moine
  • Bernard Musson

    as Le père Raphaël
  • Muni

    as
  • Jean Mauvais

    as Un agent de police
  • Marcel Pérès

    as
  • Jean Rougerie

    as Charles
  • André Rouyer

    as Le brigadier
  • Marianne Borgo

    as
  • Auguste Carrière

    as
  • Jean Degrave

    as
  • Orane Demazis

    as
  • Luis Buñuel

    as Un condamné à mort (uncredited)
Directing Luis Buñuel Director
Writing Luis Buñuel Writer
Sound Luis Buñuel Sound Effects
Writing Jean-Claude Carrière Writer
Camera Edmond Richard Director of Photography
Art Pierre Guffroy Production Design
Costume & Make-Up Jacqueline Guyot Costume Design
Sound Guy Villette Sound
Editing Hélène Plemiannikov Editor
Production Serge Silberman Producer
Production Ulrich Picard Executive Producer
Sound Gina Pignier Sound Editor
Costume & Make-Up Monique Archambault Makeup Artist
Sound Alex Pront Sound Mixer
Costume & Make-Up Alex Archambault Hairstylist
Art François Suné Set Decoration

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